Crunchy, salty, perfectly seasoned, Baked Seasoned Ritz Bits so quick and easy to make. it’ll become your new favorite snack!
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Stopping at one or even one handful of this snack is so NOT possible! They are addictive. And, when I say ‘addictive’ I mean it!
They are crispy, crunchy, buttery, salty, and spicy.
Baked Seasoned Ritz Bits
One of the best attributes of this recipe is they take about 5 minutes of prep time. The oven does the recipe of the work.
Baked Seasoned Ritz Bits starts with cheese Ritz Bits snack crackers. Then, they’re coated in butter and spices, think Chex Mix flavors. Finally, they’re baked for 20 minutes until they are crispy.
This recipe is great for parties. They’ll be the first to go. They make a great snack with popcorn and chips for a munch-feast movie night. And, they’re great to snack on at barbecues and summer parties.
Need a homemade gift? This is it!
The only problem with this recipe is they go way to fast. I highly suggest doubling the recipe!!
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You can find Everything Seasoning here.
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Please keep in mind that nutritional information is a rough estimate and can vary based on products used. The serving size for this recipe is about 1 cup.
Baked Seasoned Ritz Bits
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- 8.8 ounce RITZ Bits cheese crackers
- 5 tablespoons butter melted
- 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
- 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
- 1 teaspoon seasoned salt
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 1 tablespoon Everything Seasoning I use this brand
- Preheat oven to 300 degrees F. Line a sheet pan with parchment paper.
- In a large bowl combine all the ingredients except crackers. Stir to combine. Add Ritz Bits and toss, gently, making sure the crackers get evenly coated in the butter and seasonings. Get Everything Seasoning here.
- Spread the Ritz out in an even layer on the sheet. Bake for 20-25 minutes turning them halfway through cooking. The crackers need to be golden brown.
- Allow the Ritz to sit on the baking sheet until cooled and dry, about 20 minutes. Store the crackers in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.
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Ritz bits cheese ? Or peanut butter ? I didn’t see a specification
The recipe says cheese, just curious which one? Or does both work?
You can use either the cheese Ritz Bits or the peanut butter Ritz Bits for this recipe.
The photo shows the snacks looking like they are stuffed in a sandwich style with a filling of some sort. However, the recipe seems to call for crackers placed flat on a sheet pan. Is there a filling?
It’s made with Ritz Bits
I have installed “whatever” but still no recipes to be found. How do you uninstall?
Sue B says
I noticed after the recipe, the carb count was 2g. How can that be when it says 18g carbs on the box?
I don’t calculate that, it’s based on what’s typed in and I don’t have control over it. Obviously, it’s an error in this case.
Is there any way, these could be made without using the oven? Our camper does not have an oven and would like to keep on hand for our extended 4 plus week trip. Love the everything bagel seasoning, sprinkle on homemade rolls. Thanks for a great recipe!
They can be made in small batches in a toaster oven or on a grill. Pre-heat grill to 250°F. Place ingredients in a large roasting pan. Place pan on the grill and smoke at 250°F. Stir every 10 minutes. You’ll need to test for crispness but I think it’ll take 45 -60 minutes. After they’re completely cool, store in an airtight container.
Thank you so much for responding with an answer to my dilemma. Our camper toaster oven is really small, but using the grill is a great answer. We will be making these this week at home with the grandkids. Thanks again.
Julie @ Back To My Southern Roots says
Oh my goodness, these look so flavorful! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Does it look like the stuff you put on bagless also~? It shows many bottles.🤔
This is what I used, it’s called Everything Seasoning or Everything but the Bagle seasoning>> https://amzn.to/2YQkm1C
These sound wonderful – what is everything seasoning?
Need to tell you I love your blog and have tried many, many of the recipes
I’m making the Best Triple Lemon Cake – it is still in the over – had to add 30 minutes to the bake time
I did it in a square angel food pan
This is Everything Seasoning: https://amzn.to/2HAvAkO
so you know what it looks like. You can buy it from Amazon, but Walmart has started having it as well. It’s with the other seasonings.